A woman has accused the ghost of the late king of pop, Michael Jackson of using her body.
According to Kathleen Robers, Michael Jackson uses her body to sing, dance, and eat cookies – but refuses to be physically intimate with her
Kathleen Roberts says The King of Pop’s spirit lives inside her and uses her body to dance and sing.
But the late Thriller icon appears more interested in cookies than nooky.
She claims every time she tries to be intimate with his ghost, Jackson makes her reach for the biscuits instead.
Kathleen – who also claims to be the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe – says she has been in a relationship with Michael for several years.
And though they never met when he was alive, she believes his ghost was attracted to her “childlike personality and small hands and feet”.
Much to her disappointment, he won’t take their romance to the next level.
She wrote in an online article: “He doesn’t like being touched back.
“He scares me with spider visions and dead corpse visions if I kiss him or try to initiate romance physically.”
She said: “Michael stays in me all the time so he comes to the restroom with me and calls these special bonding moments ‘toiletries’.
“He stays possessed in me (relaxed not channeling and just enjoying living through me and communicating with me as a husband).
“He talks to me a lot, which is not what I expected from the shy man I saw on TV all of those years I was a fan.
‘UPS AND DOWNS’
Kathleen said, “cruel haters” have smeared her as mentally ill, but she insists her story is 100 percent genuine.
She added: “Michael has helped me deal with the stresses of online fame and how it compares to his fame.
“I feel special that he chose me for a wife (though not on paper) we treat our relationship as though we are married.
“We have our ups and downs but Michael, the truth is, I just can’t stop loving you.”
Jackson died of a prescription drug overdose aged 50 in 2009.
He was married twice: to Lisa Marie Presley in 1994, and former nurse Debbie Rowe in 1996.
He reportedly had a fascination with Marilyn Monroe, with a painted fiberglass figure of her in his office at Neverland and a photo on his bedside table.